RED Hydrogen One heading to AT&T and Verizon this summer

RED Hydrogen One heading to AT&T and Verizon this summer

RED Hydrogen One heading to AT&T and Verizon this summer

For its part, Hydrogen One will have a 5.7-inch screen capable of displaying a "4-view holographic content". A full spec sheet hasn't been shared, but we expect to see more details soon. "When we started this project, we didn't know any cell carriers or anything about the cell phone industry".

Today, both AT&T and Verizon announced they will be carrying the RED Hydrogen One. It has a 5.7-inch screen that's created to offer a 4-View (4V) "holographic mode" which displays a "better than 3D image" without glasses, according to Red founder Jim Jannard.

At its Shape conference in Los Angeles, AT&T will be demonstrating the RED Hydrogen One on June 2 and 3. To go along with Hydrogen One, Verizon plans to launch a 4-view content network specifically for subscribers who buy the smartphone.

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You'll be able to verify those bombastic but vague claims for yourselves "later this summer" on AT&T, and "later this year" on Verizon, with no words on recommended retail pricing. Verizon also doesn't give a release date for the phone.

If that seems like a lot to ask for a smartphone, even in this age of the $999 iPhone X, Red believes the Hydrogen One's feature set justifies the price tag. This means the handset can handle not just 2D and 3D images but also mixed reality, augmented reality, and virtual reality all without added hardware.

The Hydrogen One's display grew from light-field display technology originally developed by Menlo Park, CA-based Leia, in which Red took an investment past year. One person made a video about the phone, showing off that it is real but that person didn't show off its screen capabilities. The website now lists $1,295 for the aluminum phone and $1,595 for the titanium version. RED is no longer accepting pre-orders for the phone.

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